The "A" in SOA Doesn't Stand for "App"
Most readers probably know that the “A” in API stands for “application” and that the “S” in SOA stands for “services.”
So what does that mean to you when contemplating whether to adopt an API-based strategy or a services oriented architecture (SOA) strategy?
Apigee’s Ed Anuff and Brian Pagano, two self-described “old SOA guys,” recently sat down together to discuss the differences between APIs and SOA, and the importance of choosing the right tool for the right job.
For more details on the impedance mismatch between delivering modern apps and SOA, download the free eBook, "Beyond ESB Architecture with APIs."